Grateful Dead Live at Nassau Coliseum on 1994-03-25
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Audience (Naks, model unknown) > DAT > CM > playback on Denon DRM-540 > HHB 830 CDR > WAV > SHNv3 via JABUZZ420 encoding by Candyman
- 2004-05-28 13:03:02
- Nakamichi's > DAT > CM > Denon DRM-540 > HHB 830 CDR > EAC 0.9 beta 4 (secure) > Soundforge 5 > shntool > SHN v3
- Uniondale, NY
- Audience: Unk Nakamichi's
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- Nassau Coliseum
Subject: I am on an amazing journey
Bruce sits in on accordion only. Yuck! Very good first set though. Decent stabs at all the tunes, but Jerry really isn't with it. Many little errors and forgotten lyrics, but this show gets good. And oh man, what a Black-Throated Wind! Bobby really hits this out of the park. Very emotional. Love the Picasso Moon with Bruce. Very cool Space. Really beautify Attics. Overall, a show to be proud of, on '94's terms.
Subject: bread crumb
Subject: Very nice AUD for 94
Subject: "." Nonintuitive
Subject: Bruce on accordion can't quite save this one.
Things start off nicely with Help>Slip>Frank, which included a short but powerful segment in the Slipknot and plenty of crowd energy, which is ever-present throughout the show. Unfortunately, Jerry decides he doesn't want to solo during most of the Frankiln's so we get an accordion solo and a bit of Vinny. Jerry finally comes in at the end, lifting the version up to respectability.
This was a trend for the rest of the night-Jerry just wasn't particularly in the mood. Black Throated Wind is pretty good and Jerry's definitely into Ramble on Rose, but Eternity and Don't Ease aren't the hottest way to end a set.
Second set never really rises above mediocore, with the exception of an interesting post-Corrina jam led by Bruce.
The Weight was really well delivered at the least, a nice sendoff to one of the weaker nights of this run.
Uninspired playing of an uninspired setlist.
Sound on this one ain't very great, but it's listenable.
Bruce on accordion the whole show. Too bad it couldn't have been a piano. Oh well.
Subject: First show for
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